Xu Ke pioneer in China's gallium nitride semiconductor industry
The "Quest for Excellence Youth Achievement Transformation Award" aims to reward researchers who not only focus on scientific research, but also actively promote the industrialization of scientific research results, and have achieved obvious economic and social benefits, and have played a good role model among the general young scientific workers.
Dr. Xu Ke was awarded as one of the Top Ten Charming People of Science and Technology in Suzhou in 2013
The results of the 2013 Suzhou Top 10 Charming Science and Technology People selection jointly organized by the Suzhou Talent Office, the Municipal Party Committee Propaganda Department, the Municipal Science and Technology Bureau, the Municipal Bureau of Human Resources and Social Security, and the Municipal Association for Science and Technology were officially announced. 21 February 2014, at the twelfth plenary committee (enlarged) meeting held by the Suzhou Association for Science and Technology, 10 winners were honored, and Dr. Xu Ke, Chairman of Suzhou Navi, was listed among them.
Dr. Xu Ke, Chairman of Nanowin Suzhou, was awarded the 2013 National Outstanding Young Scientists Fund
Approved by the State Council on 14 March 1994 and administered by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the National Outstanding Young Scientists Fund aims to support outstanding young scholars under the age of 45 to engage in basic research in natural sciences in Mainland China, with the aim of promoting the growth of young scientific and technological talents, encouraging overseas scholars to return to work in their home countries, and cultivating a group of outstanding academic leaders who will enter the frontiers of science and technology in the world.
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Xu Ke, a researcher at the Suzhou Nano Institute and a member of the National Thousand Talent Plan, is one of the "stars" of the industrial park. He and his team set up Suzhou Navi Technology Co., Ltd, whose products are widely sought after by users despite being "small and thin".
Xu Ke, a participant of the Associated Academies of Chinese Academy of Sciences, won the Outstanding Youth Achievement Transformation Award of the Chinese Association for Science and Technology
Xu Ke is now working at the Institute of Nanotechnology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. When the Institute was first established, President Lu Yongxiang expressed his hope that they would do more work in applied basic research and the transformation of results. "We worked together for a long time, and later reached a consensus that we should do scientific research in the same way as we do business." Xu Ke and his colleagues set up Suzhou Navi Technology Co. As a result, Xu Ke gradually lifted his head from scientific research and started the road to running a business.